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. this is kpix 5 news. who would snatch a little girl right out of a car with a relative sitting inside? good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm allen martin. see, the dad told police someone kidnapped his daughter at international boulevard and 79th avenue in oakland, but tonight christin ayers shows us police have scoured two other locations. >> and one of them is the one where i am right now 12 hours after little df daphne disappear ed. you can see cops all surround the home where she and her father live. authorities are not just asking questions. we also found them searching trash cans for evidence. >> police and fbi ajents swarm oakland with search dogs and helicopters, combing the home where 21 month old daphne viola
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webb lived with her father asking neighbors if they had seen the man and his little girl recently. >> if they can provide that information on when the child was last seen, that will help investigators move this investigation forward. >> tonight, police are questioning the father, john webb, about how his daughter vanished from his suv around 11:00 a.m.. webb has told authorities he left daphne in the car with his mother, who suffers from dementia, while he went inside this corner store. when he came back. >> he says, "my baby just got taken and my mother's purse. ". >> joseph who lives near the store says webb seemed shaken. >> he just appeared to be somebody who was going through something pretty tragic and not really knowing what to do. >> police said witness saw an african american or hispanic woman with long, dark hair carrying a child in the area, but hours later, police seem to question webb's version of events asking neighbors like roger jones when they had seen
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daphne last. >> when was the last time you saw her. >> like, two weeks ago. >> jones said at the time nothing seemed amiss. >> it was a beautiful relationship. >> just like any other father/daughter relationship. >> yep. >> and you can now see a large group of officers clustered outside of the home at the moment. we actually saw flashlights searching the hills in this oak nol neighborhood. authorities tell us that they are showing the picture of the father to neighbors around here asking about him, but they are not calling him a suspect. live in oakland, christin ayers, kpix 5. >> of course, oakland police would like to hear from anyone who know anything about the case. the first 48 hours are critical. survivors of the asiana crash returned to sfo tonight. tour buses took them to the site. many were dressed all in white, a tradition gnat sign white -- traditional sign of mourning in many asian cultures. after about 20 minutes t group
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got back on the bus and returned to their hotel. tonight here's the latest. the pilot told he was temporarily blinded by a bright flash of light on final approach. now, this hasn't been con firnled. the ntsb also said the crew was well rested, but they initially held off evacuating the plane. we'll get to that in a moment. but first joe vasquez tells us crews just started cleaning up runway. >> we're just across the water here. ufk see the runway back there. they've just moved in this giant crane right next to the fuselage. it could take several hours, perhaps into tomorrow to clear the runway. let me rewind that is five days to saturday morning in the dramatic moments following the crash, we're now hearing ing voices of passengers calling for help. >> hello. >> hello, california patrol. >> hi, we are at the san francisco international airport
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and we just got in a plane crash. there are a lot of people that need help. >> are you with a lot of the ambulances that are there. >> no. they are not. we have people other here who weren't found, and they're burned really badly. >> okay. as time goes by, the passengers grow more emotional while firefighters are focussing on dousing the flames, what the collars don't know is that the ambulances have been ordered to stage quite a distance away in case the plane explodes. >> okay. we're at the airport. do you need help. >> yes. we just got in a plane crash, and there are a bunch of people who still need help and there's not enough medics out here. there is a woman out here on the street on -- on the runway who is pretty much burned very ser vooi veerly on the head, and we don't know what to do. she is severely burned. she will probably die soon. >> we are working on getting additional ambulances. >> 911 emergency. what are you reporting. >> there's been a crash at san francisco airport. there are people injured on the
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tarmac. >> ma'am, we have reports of it. we're aware of the situation. >> there are no ambulances here. we've been on the ground 20 minutes. critical injuries. hello. >> yes. i'm still here. >> okay. were you on the plane, ma'am. >> yes. i was on the plane. we've been on the ground, i don't know, 20 minutes to a half hour. there are people laying on the tarmac with critical injuries, head injuries. we're almost losing one here. weir trying to keep her alive. >> the fire department has not provided an official time line, but let me show you smouf the amateur have dwsh have ivideo shot. you can see they start bringing in ambulances, the whole convoy of them on to the tarmac. what we were able to add up on that amateur have video, it was at least 20 minutes. eventually they took more than 180 passengers to area hospitals. reporting live, i'm joe vasquez, kpix 5. as we mentioned earlier, the
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fright attendants did not immediately start evacuating passengers off the plane because the captain told them not to. >> the flight crew told the flight attendants not to initiate an evacuation. they were communicating with the tower about the emergency. the lead or the cabin manager made an announcement over the pa for people to stay in their seats. >> that order delayed evacuation by 90 seconds. passengers were only ordered out when another flight attendant saw flames. kpix 5 sharon chen tells us quite a bit of debate going on tonight about those evacuation procedures. >> i talked to the head of sfo's american airlines flight attendants. he said he would have started evacuating the plane without pilot's permission. >> standard procedure for flight attendants to ask the flight deck if it's okay to evacuate. cbs news consultant sully sullenberger. >> some number of seconds and
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make sure it wasn't more dangerous for them to evacuate in an unknown situation. >> flight attendants can act on their own in an emergency. >> for us, we can initiate an evacuation if we feel that the conditions warrant. >> larry is head of the association of professional flight attendants at sfo. he shas he would not have consulted the flight deck. >> a situation like that where you just crash landed, for us, that would be weir gonna get out as quickly as possible and get our passengers out there as quickly as possible. the time to call, it just delays the whole process. >> based on interviews with 6 of the 12 flight attendants, the ntsb says they asked the pilots for permission to evacuate twice, once after landing when they were denied, then again when they saw fire outside the window. they got the okay 90 seconds after the crash. sallas who flies with american
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airlines says the pilots may not have seen the damage in the cabin. >> i'm sure what they experienced in the front of the plane versus what was in the back of the plane was -- was a big difference. >> sallas says flight attendants practice evacuation drills on the simulator every year but only go down the slide once during their very first training unless they're in a real emergency. sallas is thankful in his 25-year career, he has never had to evacuate. sharon chen, kpix 5. >> things are starting to get back to normal for some of the chinese students who were on that plane. one of them celebrated a birthday today. one student said, "we're fine. we're smiling. don't you see it? you need to be happy, too". coming up, why would a bay area judge let a man who's raped almost 40 people go free. wait till you see the list of multicultural tips that just got target food. meet the man who played the guitar while doctors operate on his brain. coming up in weather, what
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prison. a judg . one of the state's most notorious rapists is getting out of prison. a judge in san jose ordered his conditional release, but the judge is releasing him back to los angeles county. kiet do tells us down in southern california, they're saying no way. >> for years, convicted rapist christopher hubbert failed his annual psych evaluation and stayed in jail long past his original sentence, but now. >> evidently he's past the latest psych eval. >> so hubbert getting out. santa clara county superior court judge gilbert brown ordered his conditional release, which means he'll wear a gps
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ankle bracelet. the law compels the judge to listen to the experts. >> it's mental health professionals who have an expertise in this area come together and say to the court we know this person, this person is not at risk, is not a threat, even though he's had a his or her horrendous history, it's all different now. >> hubbert admitted to raping o women in southern california and the bay air y from 1971 to 1982, well before three strikes became law. >> someone like this should not be let go. >> back in the 90s, the last time hubbert was up for release, massive protests took place. judge brown ordered hubbert back to la county where he grew up. folks down there are furrous and fighting the court order. >> perhaps the judge should take him if he wants him out so badly and let him live in shan't claire in his neighborhood. >> it's important to note every single time hubbert got out of
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prison, he's raped or sexually assaulted another victim. the panel of mental health experts are essentially saying he's a changed man. >> these individuals have staked their reputation on their position that mr. hubbert will not reoffend. so be it. that is the law, and now this will be the test. >> kiet do, kpix 5. >> hubbert was scheduled to get out in november but will stay in custody while the l. a. county district attorney appeals the ruling. the feds and irs rated the american-indian charter schools in oakland tonight as part of the criminal investigation into possible financial wrong doings. back in march, the oakland school board ordered the schools to shut down. the school administrators are appealing that decision. maybe this sounded like a good idea, but when you see the training tips that target put out to promote diversity, you got to wonder what were they thinking. now, some northern california workers are suing for
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discrimination. >> only mexicans can work this hard. only a wet back can work this hard. >> reading straight from the lawsuit, racial slurs are just the beginning of what three plaintiffs are seeing happen while working at this woodland target distribution center. lawyer craig ashton analyzed the lawsuit. >> when i read this memo and the stereotypical kind of racist language that's in here, my jaw dropped. >> he says this memo is a key part of the case. >> that's the target logo on it. >> the memo is titled multicultural tips for the hispanic community. >> they don't all wear sombreros. what kind of tip is that. >> the memo also says not everyone eats tacos and burr ree toes, not everyone dances to sal sa and mexicans have a lower educational level and some may be undocumented. >> it seems to support stereotypes. >> mr. ashton says the company letterhead on this memo makes it more than a he said she said
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case. the plaintiffs believe they were fired out of retaliation. target claims they were fired for performance reasons. in an e-mail target says, quote, this document, which was used during conversations that one distribution was never part of any formal or company-wide training, end quote. >> it's not right for the company. >> worked for the distribution enter for 15 years and says she hasn't seen any ray schism. mr. ashton says the lawsuit isn't looking good for target. candy brown, kpex 5. >> target has apologized and says it never meant to offend. another embarrassment for the america's cup. a top sponsor wants a refund. the san francisco business times reports louis vuitton is asking for $3 million back because so few teams are reyesing. the luxury retailer's original sponsorship was based on eight teams showing up, through there
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are only three. the company hopes this bag will help its bottom line. a limited edition america's cup tote bag just unveiled today. price tag? about 15 hundred bucks. only available at the popup store at pierre 2729. >> they don't call it death valley for nothing. >> yeah. >> we all know death valley is hot. we've all heard the phrase it's so hot outside you could fry an. >> egg. >> egg on the sidewalk. >> here's the deal in death valley right now, park rangers are saying stop bringing eggs to death valley. you know what's happening? people are trying to fry an egg on the side of the road, at the park, then they leave all the egg shells. they leaf -- leave the egg. doesn't smell very good. and death is saying, yes, we know it's hot enough to fry an egg. stop trying to fry an egg in death valley. well, you know what, speaking of death valley, 100 years ago today, july 10th,
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1913, death valley hit 134 degrees. you could fry a dozen eggs on that day. the hottest temperature ever recorded on earth happened in california death corral lee 100 years ago today. for us it's all about the chill. mainly cloudy as we look live in san francisco. tower is very foggy with low cloud cover and fog tonight. widespread temperature changes today. 13 miles separate richmond and lafayette. lafayette low 90s. richmond only the mid 60s. south bay, though, you've been very nice on the peninsula away from the water. menlo park 78 degrees. we'll push the repeat button on friday with a high of 78 degrees. very comfortable along the southern portions of the peninsula and the south bay of santa clara valley. high pressure moving out taking that heat away from inland areas as two days ago you isle hit 1401. high pressure moving out. low pressure moving closer to
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us. as they happen, the on shore flow gets cranking. if you live near the bay or at the coast you'll have clouds likely till early afternoon. that'll keep temperatures down, as well. so inland, sunny, just won't be as warm. more and more collude cover lasting at the coast and also near the bay. highs tomorrow, livermore 85, no longer 101. two degrees below average. campbell 82, palo alto morning clouds, afternoon sunshine 79. hayward tomorrow 74 degrees. much cooler inland. ve knee sha 80, pittsburgh 85. 65 in san francisco. oakland 71. sonoma 79. farther to the north, cloverdale 90 degrees. extended forecast, below normal tomorrow and friday. lots of afternoon sunshine. watch out for the fog and low clouds in the bay all the way into next week. summer weather has arrived. >> very normal.
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>> yes, it is. >> thanks, paul. >> all right. you got mc hammer at 10:00. what you got at canada. >> justin bieber is canadian? he should know better. cameo appearance in the top five. can the giants sink lower than rock bottom. and be sure to tune in for a special look at the heroes of flight 214, tomorrow 7:00, right here on kpix 5. ,,,,,,,,,,
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he gave up three runs. the other pitcher, former giants prospect zack wheeler in at&t and, man, was he dealing. seven innings, five strike outs, last place giants swept at home 72 the final. they finished a one in five home stand. they're ten games under 500 now. meantime --. >> really looking forward to it. think i told some of the guys earlier that i really wanted to do well here. i was able to do that. >> we all go through it. every team is going to go through it. you're going to get hot and cold and what you want to do is catch teams then they're cold. >> this is probably worst that i've seen in the years we've been here. this is a pretty bad skid. we got to find a way out of it mretty quick shths all right. chad charged with lewd rns ness after he alijedly groped a woman seven movants ago. his lawyers said there is exonerating information that will clear his pirates.
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a's and pirates delayed to 10:00 p.m. eastern due to the weather. tommy ma lean goes two and two-thirds innings. pirates got him as part of three-run third, more than enough of another one of these long-time jint farm hand. six strike outs. the pirates beat the a's for the first time ever 5 to nothing. a's have been 11 and 0 lifetime. mark jackson's contract extended by the warriors through 2015 and bring me the top five. no. 5, hey, amy campbell. watch out! taken out by wise out lane. no. 4, home run ball in your face. off the bat of anthony ren don to the dome of this fan. . no. 3, it's what we do in tweeng news casts. kidding. that's lpga star paula creamer in the office.
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no. 2, aaron hicks, no record for him. face full of the padded wall. yeah. . and at no. 1. got bieber fever? justin bieber chilling here. okay. canadian with stanley cup. all right. everything is fine until he stepped on the chicago black hawks logo. you don't do that. nhl logos are sacred ground. bieber should know better, but justin being justin and chicago for a show, maybe he made it right. maybe a free concert. >> uong so. >> doubt it. >> yeah. >> nothing free. >> oops. >> hey, the guy is feeling it. when you're a star, e thinks he can do anything. >> hopefully he learned his lesson. >> this is a bay bridge highlight from kpix 5. >> you may not be able to tell yet, but the new westbound and eastbound spans each have room for five lanes. that's the same number as the current bridge, but there will also be ten-foot-wide shoulders
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his story. . brain surgery sounds scary enough, but now the guy who had brain surgery while awake and playing the guitar is sharing his story. >> brad carter, a musician and actor strung the guitar for six hours in may as doctors implanted a pacemaker in his brain. his playing helped surgeons figure out where to put the device. >> i remember, you know, just trying to play it slowly and show them the tremor. it's a lot of team work involved and a lot of back and forth. >> today brad put on the mini concert at ucla medical center the show off how well his shrj worked. the hospital has performed 500 of these operations. this was the first with a guitar. unbelievable. >> be right back. ,, [ female announcer ] for the freshest produce,
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our next newscast is tomorr -30. . david letterman is next with salma hayek. >> all right. we're going to have to warm up the fog lights before we go home. >> very foggy out there. >> windshield wipers, too. all right. see you tomorrow. have a great night.
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